Levin Maxim
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Ukrainian photographer Max Levin went missing on March 13 in the Vyshgorodsky district of the Kyiv region. On April 1, after a long search, the police found his body with a gunshot wound. The unarmed Maxim Levin was killed by the members of the armed forces of the Russian Federation with two shots from small arms.

"He always wanted to broadcast the truth,
"He gave access to his photographs… He wanted as many people as possible to spread this truth to fight against the aggressor, against Russia and to show and cover the truth. This was his main message. And these 8 years too."

The aggressor seeks to wipe out any mention of his crimes from the face of the earth. Therefore, they kill all possible witnesses - military, civilians and journalists.

If the Russian military had not killed Max Levin, the world would have seen the eyes of thousands of people liberated from Russian occupation in the Kyiv region.

The world would know how Ukraine mourns over 900 killed local residents only in the Kyiv region.

Max would tell the truth that most civilians were killed by snipers or small arms - cynically and cruelly.

Through the lens of Max, the world would know the truth that Russia unleashed a real genocide of the Ukrainian people in Ukraine.

Max would have told more stories about the desperate struggle of our guys at the front and brought faith in victory over the enemy to every heart.

The killings and shootings of journalists are a gross violation of international law. The enemy can turn a blind eye to laws, but he cannot close the eyes of the world to crimes. After all, honouring the memory of those who died for the truth, we will continue to tell their immortal stories.

Journalists' Memory Foundation

International account:

Ukrainian account:
Recipient: National Union of Journalists of Ukraine
Account number
USREOU 00027140
MFI Bank 305299
Purpose of payment: Charitable assistance for the families of the killed journalists
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